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Volume 48, No. 41
October 12, 2014
Annual
Blessing of
Pets
Page 5
On the Cover
Editor’s Note
The annual Pet Blessing was October 4th. Take
a look at more pictures from the blessing on
page 5.
Parishioner (and one of my invaluable proofreaders) Jerry
Pace shared an article with me about Leah Chase and Dooky
Chase’s Restaurant in New Orleans. He and a group of
parishioners had visited there while on a parish Habitat for
Humanity build. Though not really about recent travels, like
sharing your vacation pictures, it is interesting to read about
this restaurant that has a very important family connection
to one of our parishioners (you’ll have to read page 6 to find
out). For more information about the restaurant, check their
website at dookychaserestaurant.com.
Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
404.522.6800
ACTIVE CATHOLIC STATUS:
To be an active
parishioner, a person must be registered in the parish,
attend Mass regularly, and be involved in Time, Talent, and
Stewardship.
Fax: 404.524.5440
353 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
www.sacredheartatlanta.org
INFANT BAPTISMS:
Baptisms take place the second
Saturday of the month at 9:30am in English and 10:30am in
Spanish. The parents must be active parishioners for at
least 3 months prior to the baptism. There are class and
paperwork requirements for both parents and godparents.
Please see the Sacred Heart website for a detailed list or
contact Muffet Pucket, adminasst@sacredheartatlanta.org.
PASTOR: Msgr. Edward J. Thein,
ejthein@sacredheartatlanta.org
DEACONS: Rev. Mr. Mike Balfour
mbalfour@sacredheartatlanta.org
Rev. Mr. Marino Gonzalez
mgonzalez@sacredheartatlanta.org
HOMEBOUND OR HOSPITALIZED:
For a priest for
hospital emergencies, call the office at 404-522-6800. For
hospitalized and homebound Communion, call Shirley
Trussell, 404-373-1492, to arrange timing for a volunteer to
visit.
STAFF
PASTORAL ADMINISTRATOR:
Rev. Mr. Mike Balfour, 404-974-2232,
mbalfour@sacredheartatlanta.org
RECEPTIONISTS: 404-974-2230,
Patty Nichols & Muffet Puckett
receptionist@sacredheartatlanta.org
DIRECTOR OF PARISH OUTREACH & VOLUNTEERS:
Rev. Mr. Marino Gonzalez, 404-974-2235,
mgonzalez@sacredheartatlanta.org
DIRECTOR OF FAITH FORMATION & LITURGY:
Alan McGill, 404-974-2234,
amcgill@sacredheartatlanta.org
FAITH FORMATION ASSISTANT:
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231
dizaguirre@sacredheartatlanta.org
BOOKKEEPER: Michelle Rivers, 404-974-2246,
mrivers@sacredheartatlanta.org
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR:
Humberto Quintas, 404-974-2240,
maintenance@sacredheartatlanta.org
ORGANIST/CHOIRMASTER: William E. Krape (leave
message with Receptionist)
SPIRES EDITOR:
Catherine Tarbox, editor@sacredheartatlanta.org
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION: Adoration takes place every
Tuesday at the main altar, immediately following the
12:10pm Mass.
MIEMBROS REGISTRADOS Y ACTIVOS: Todos los
feligreses de nuestra comunidad parroquial del Sagrado
Corazón buscan por un sinnúmero de beneficios y servicios
los cuales incluyen cartas de recomendación para la
Admisión a las escuelas católicas, certificados para todas
aquellas personas que van a servir como padrinos en las
diferentes celebraciones litúrgicas tales como el bautismo y
la confirmación, Cartas las cuales le permiten celebrar a
cualquiera de nuestros miembros
el sacramento del
matrimonio en otra parroquia diferente a la del Sagrado
Corazón. Esos derechos y servicios de parte de nuestra
iglesia demandan ciertas obligaciones y compromisos de
parte de ustedes como en cualquier comunidad. El ser un
miembro activo de nuestra comunidad parroquial implica
que la persona este registrada en la parroquia, que asista
regularmente a misa, y que esta persona trate en lo
máximo de colaborar y aportar a la iglesia a través de sus
recursos, talentos y tiempo.
MASS TIMES (in English unless otherwise noted)
Weekdays: 7:00am, 12:10pm
Saturdays: 9:00am, 5:30pm(vigil)
Sunday: 8:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm,
1:30pm En español, 6:00pm
SACRAMENTO DEL BAUTISMO PARA NIÑOS:
Los
bautizos se llevarán a cabo el segundo sábado del mes a las
10:30am en español. Los padres deben ser feligreses
activos registrados durante al menos 3 meses antes del
bautismo. Hay requisitos de la clase y el papeleo tanto para
los padres y padrinos. Por favor, consulte el sitio web del
Sagrado Corazón para una lista detallada o contactar con el
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231.
CONFESSIONS
Monday, Friday: 11:30am
Saturdays: 4:30–5:00pm
Domingo en español: 1:00–1:30pm
MINISTERIO DE LOS ENFERMOS: Llamar al 404-9742231.
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Monday–Friday: 9:00am–4:45pm.;
closed from 1:00–2:00pm
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OCTOBER 12, 2014, 28TH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME
OCTOBER 13-18, 2014
SUNDAY MASS READINGS
Choir Anthem, 10:00am Mass
Beautiful Savior, Lee
Isaiah 25:6-10a; Psalm 23; Philippians 4:12-14, 19-20;
Matthew 22:1-14
Jesus is fairer,
Jesus is purer,
He makes our sorrowing
Spirit sing.
Fairest Lord Jesus,
Ruler of all nature,
O thou of God
And man the Son,
Thee will I cherish,
Thee will I honor,
Thou, my soul’s glory,
Joy and crown.
“On this mountain, the Lord of hosts / will provide for all
peoples / a feast of rich food and choice wines” (Isaiah
25:6). That’s what Isaiah tells us today. God is putting
together a huge party for “all peoples,” to “wipe away / the
tears from every face” (Isaiah 25:8). And what does Jesus
tell us? The reign of God, he says, “may be likened to a king
who gave a wedding feast for his son” (Matthew 22:2). When
the guests didn’t come, the king had his servants go out
“into the main roads and invite to the feast whomever you
find” (Matthew 22:9). We are called to deliver that invitation.
One of the themes woven into today’s liturgy is that of divine
generosity. Asleep to reality, people often think they have
“earned” what they have. In our better moments, though,
we know that all our gifts—even the spiritual gifts—come
through God’s generosity. Our vocation is to invite people, to
remind them the tickets aren’t for sale. We can only show up
and say thank you.
Beautiful Savior!
Lord of all the nations!
Son of God and Son of Man!
Glory and honor,
Praise, adoration,
Now and forever
More be Thine.
Fair are the meadows,
Fairer still the woodland,
Robed in the blooming
Garb of spring;
THIS WEEK’S SECOND COLLECTION
Ministries of Sacred Heart
Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
MUSIC
FOR
SUNDAY MASS
THE WEEKDAY READINGS
Music for the 5:30pm Vigil, 8:00am,
10:00am, and Noon Masses
Monday: Gal 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1; Ps 113:1b5a, 6-7; Lk 11:29-32
Organ Prelude
Ballade, Alain
Tuesday: Gal 5:1-6; Ps 119:41, 43-45, 47-48;
Lk 11:37-41
Jehan Alain (1911-1940) was born and died in France. He is
one of the most important organ composers of the 20th
Century. His life was cut tragically short when he was killed
in a motorcycle accident during WWII. His family were all
high-profile personalities in the French music scene. His
sister, Marie Claire Alain, became one of the most famous
organist and scholars of the 20th Century. She also was an
authority on all of brother Jehan’s music.
Wednesday: Gal 5:18-25; Ps 1:1-4, 6; Lk 11:42-46
Thursday: Eph 1:1-10; Ps 98:1-6; Lk 11:47-54
Friday: Eph 1:11-14; Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13;
Lk 12:1-7
Saturday: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Ps 145:10-13, 17-18;
Lk 10:1-9
Organ Postlude
Postludium, Guinaldo
In the First Reading this week, we finish Galatians, with its
emphasis on freedom in the Spirit, and begin the letter to the
Ephesians, with the great hymns of praise of Christ as
fulfillment of God’s plan for us. In the Gospels (Luke 11-12)
Jesus attacks the hypocrisy of the Pharisees.
Norberto Guinaldo was born in Buenos Aires in 1937. He
was a composition student in Paris under Jean Langlais who
was one of the most prolific French composers of organ
music. Guinaldo himself is a noted composer and performer.
He has been the organist at the United Methodist Church in
Garden Grove, California since 1964.
REMEMBER
Hymns Used in Mass
Saturday 5:30pm, Sunday 8:00am, 10:00am,
12:00noon
Gathering
On This Day, the First of Days, #662, red
hymnal, verses 1 & 5
Psalm
I Shall Live in the House of the Lord, #951,
red hymnal
Offertory
Jesus Shall Reign, #492, red hymnal, verses 1
&5
Communion
The Living God My Shepherd Is, #612, red
hymnal
Sending
Forth
Now Thank We All Our God, #560, red
hymnal, verse 1 & 3
Joy Churchwell
Oreius Cooper
Fr. Giles Conwill
Louise Daniell
Lucille Hill
Gigi Kirn
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IN YOUR PRAYERS...
THE
SICK
Richard C.
Bill McDonald
Williams Jr.
Dcn. Tom Metzger
Britney Wilock &
Rob Myers
baby
Malory Paul
Gift of Grace
Dennis Salvador
House residents
Pat Smith
THE DEAD
IN MILITARY
SERVICE
CANDLE
INTENTIONS
Dorothea Jackson
Rafael Duralde
Bobbie Overton
Thanksgiving from
Alexandra Merriam
Special Intetions
 FAITH LIFE 
A
ST. MARGARET MARY ALACOQUE
mong the Saints whose feast days we
celebrate this week is St. Margaret
Mary Alacoque (October 16). She is of
particular interest to us at Sacred Heart due
to her connection to the
devotion to the Sacred Heart of
Jesus, our patron at the Basilica.
It was due to her visions that
the devotion to the Sacred Heart
of Jesus came to be recognized.
of the world—by frequent and loving Holy
Communion, especially on the first Friday of
each month, and by an hour's vigil of prayer
every Thursday night in memory of his agony
and isolation in Gethsemane. He
also asked that a feast of
reparation be instituted.
Margaret Mary’s message was
not received well. Theologians
who were called in declared her
visions delusions and suggested
that she eat more heartily.
Later, parents of children she
taught called her an impostor
and an unorthodox innovator. A
new confessor, St. Claude de la
Colombiere, a Jesuit, recognized
her genuineness and supported
her.
Her early years were marked by
sickness and a painful home
situation. After considering
marriage for some time,
Margaret Mary entered the
Order of Visitation nuns at the
age of 24.
A fellow novice
described
Margaret
Mary
humble, simple and frank, but
also kind and patient.
Margaret Mary died at the age of
43, and it wasn’t until 75 years had passed
that her message was accepted by the
Church.
On December 21, 1674, when she had been
a nun for three years, she received the first
of her revelations. She felt "invested" with
the presence of God. The request of Christ
was that his love for humankind be made
evident through her. During the next 13
months he appeared to her at intervals. His
human heart was to be the symbol of his
divine-human love. By her own love she was
to make up for the coldness and ingratitude
Our
scientific-materialistic
age
cannot
"prove" private revelations. The Church
acknowledges that we do not have to believe
in them. But it is impossible to deny the
message Margaret Mary heralded: that God
loves us with a passionate love.
ADULT FAITH FORMATION OPPORTUNITY – STARTING SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 19 , 11:15AM – 12:30PM
W
hy does the Catholic Church see no
necessary conflict between belief in
evolution and our Christian faith? This is, in
part, due to the influence of Fr. Teilhard de
Chardin.
A DVD series on De Chardin’s
theology will begin on Sunday, October 19th
at 11:15am in the conference room in the
classroom area.
One of the most celebrated spiritual minds of
the twentieth century, Fr. Teilhard de Chardin
was both a respected scientist and a Jesuit
priest.
He
combined
an
evolutionary
worldview with his commitment to his
Christian tradition and Catholic faith. A
pioneer in the dialogue between religion and
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science, he remains a widely influential
mystical voice. This series will explore the
Teilhard’s writings, including Writings in Time
of War, a collection of essays he wrote during
World War I, the spiritual classic The Divine
Milieu, and the groundbreaking The Human
Phenomenon. In doing so, you will examine
such powerful themes as cosmology,
Christology, Catholic spirituality, the mystery
of suffering, death, and our understanding of
God. Teilhard will challenge you to think
through the implications of God’s creative
action being made manifest in evolutionary
terms. As you will discover, within this
cosmic vision lies a new mysticism—the
ability to see God in Christ and in all things.
 OUTREACH 
JOIN PARISHIONERS
ANNUAL AIDS WALK
Sunday, October 19th
Sacred Heart will walk as a group again this year. Register for the Basilica of the Sacred Heart at
www.aidswalkatlanta.com. Then be sure to email Monica Rudolph at monicasrudolph@yahoo.com
so she can contact you with group details closer to the walk itself.
 PARISH LIFE 
Annual Pet
Blessing
2014
T
he Blessing of the Pets
this year was a success
despite some neighborhood
challenges.
A parade was
scheduled to step off on
Peachtree at the same time
the Blessing was due to
begin. So as not to compete
with pounding drums and
blaring trumpets, the pets
were moved inside.
The
parade also caused traffic
gridlock
which
was
a
challenge for attendees. But
we still managed to have
some intrepid dogs, one cat,
and their people arrive to be
blessed.
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A SACRED HEART CONNECTION
TO THE
BIG EASY
A recent article in the ATLANTA magazine supplement about Dooky Chase’s Restaurant in New
Orleans brought to mind a story of Sacred Heart parishioners’ outing to that restaurant. About
five years ago a group of Sacred Heart parishioners made the trip to New Orleans to participate
in a Habitat for Humanity build. Parishioner Victor Haydel’s grandmother is Leah Chase, the chef
at Dooky Chase’s Restaurant, and she treated the visitor’s to a wonderful meal while they were
in New Orleans.
The article discusses the history of Dooky Chase’s restaurant and everything from the differences
between Cajun and Creole cooking (the former is country, the latter more sophisticated), to the
famous people who have dined there (ML King, Jr, Bill Cosby, Barak Obama, George Bush), to
the impact the restaurant had on the Civil Rights movement and African-American culture (one
of the first fine dining African-American restaurants in the country and a showcase for AfricanAmerican art).
Dooky Chase’s Restaurant opened as a sandwich shop and barroom. It was Mrs. Chase’s vision
that turned it into the dining establishment it became. She is now known as the “Queen of
Creole Cuisine.” And what does the Queen say about the difference between Creole and Cajun
cooking? “...A Cajun can take an old rooster and do this and that with it. But Creoles would
never work with an old rooster. They need a nice, fat hen.”
Banns of Marriage
Jill Kellner, a parishioner of Sacred Heart, and John Seymour are to be married at the Basilica of
the Sacred Heart on Saturday, October 25, 2014.
FINANCIAL REPORT
OCTOBER 2014
Monthly Offertory by Week
October 5
$17,952
October 12
Monthly Budget
$4,360
Fiscal Year-to-date Comparisons
October 19
Actual Year-to-date
$245,387
October 26
Budget thru October 31, 2014
$335,000
Difference Actual vs Budget
($89,613)
Monthly Electronic Giving
Total Month-to-date
Second Collection Last Week - St.
Vincent de Paul Society
$17952
$80,000
SACRED HEART THANKS OUR ADVERTISERS
It is through our advertisers that we are able to produce this bulletin each week at no cost to
the parish. Please take the time to look over our ads each week and consider our advertisers for
your needs.
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 Sacred Heart Ministries and Organizations 
ADVISORY
Finance Committee Larry Iwanski
Larry.Iwanski@gmail.com
Liturgy Committee Alan McGill amcgill@sacredheartatlanta.org
Parish Council Rusty Fish
678-836-4549, Rustyfish67@gmail.com
Stewardship Committee Deacon Marino Gonzalez, 404-974-2235 mgonzalez@sacredheartatlanta.org
LITURGY AND FAITH LIFE
Altar Servers (adult and
youth) Larry Iwanski
Larry.Iwanski@gmail.com Mike Jones mikeandcin@msn.com
Liturgical Readers Alice Heffernan-Sneed,
404-402-5840
aliceheffernansneed@gmail.com
Sacristans Ralph Conti, 404-388-1225
rconti@racoadvisors.com
Ushers Mike Wazlavek, mikewaz@bellsouth.net
Wedding Guild Pam McMahon 404-435-5370
Danielle Herrmann 770-778-0095
OUTREACH
AIDS Ministry Monica Rudolph monicasrudolph@yahoo.com
Cookies for a Cause Claudette Orzech, cworzech@aol.com Erin Schneider, coffeye2@yahoo.com
Gift of Grace House Ministry Basilica Principal Choir Jim and Myra Kucera, 404-355-4313
myra.kucera@yahoo.com
Basilica Children’s Choirs Gail Ronan 404-288-9883
Billy Krape 404-377-3969
Mallen Zabinski 404-636-1655, mmillardz@gmail.com or Gertrude Tinker Sachs 404-691-6084 gtinkersachs@gmail.com
Communion Visitation Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
skmcevoy@gmail.com
Eucharistic Congress Sandra Sellers 404-915-4969, sgoetzsellers@gmail.com
Habitat for Humanity Haiti Ministry/Sister Parish ServeHaiti Wayne Book wayne.book@me.gatech.edu
Meals on Wheels open
Midtown Assistance Center Jenny Jobson, 404-681-0470
jjobson@midtownassistancectr.org
Extraordinary Ministers of
the Eucharist Night Shelter Faith Formation Volunteers Prayer Shawl Ministry Bill Schnitzer, billschnitzer@gmail.com
Alan McGill amcgill@sacredheartatlanta.org
Flower Guild Lee Doyle, 404-881-1717
doylelee@bellsouth.net
Greeters Georgiann Caruso,
georgiannc@yahoo.com Joanne Smalley,
josmalley@mindspring.com
Hearts on Fire
(contemporary music
ensemble) John Prevost jppprevost@yahoo.com
Ladies’ Altar and Rosary
Society Mia Pond, 404-786-6104
miapond@yahoo.com
Alonzo Church, 404-577-5617
alonzoiii@earthlink.net
Lori Conti, loriconti32109@gmail.com Teresa Westwood, twestwood@att.net
Prison Ministry (men) Milt Shlapak 404-349-0909
shlapak@comcast.net (women) Janet Wells 404-303-8050 janet@wunderwells.com
Respect Life Cathy Weaver, 770-361-8346
cathygweave@gmail.com
St. Vincent de Paul Society Jack Stenger
infosvdp@sacredheartatlanta.org
Thursday Food Distribution Deacon Marino Gonzalez, 404-974-2235 mgonzalez@sacredheartatlanta.org
Liturgy of the Hours Prayer
Group Kelly McEvoy, 404-939-4161
skmcevoy@gmail.com
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PARISH LIFE
Environment Committee Shelley DeWeese, 404-216-5779 shelldeweese@gmail.com
Knights of Columbus
Rob Jobson, 404-886-5636
rgjobsoniv@gmail.com
Life After Loss Linda Kelley, lekelley@bellsouth.net
New Parishioner Welcome
Committee Valerie Goldston 404-367-1988,
canda1020@gmail.com
Priest Appreciation
Committee Cindy Jones 404-217-2629
Social Committee Danielle Thompson
danielle.R.Thompson@gmail.com Vy Vy Lee vnvuong@gmail.com
MINISTERIOS HISPANOS
Acólitos Ana Vargas, 678-516-4868,
Vargas.ana71@yahoo.com
Circulo Bíblico Carlos y Lina Monsalve
Linap26@hotmail.com
Coro de la Misa de 1:30 pm Lester Mendiola lmendiola@care.org
Lectores Benny Gonzalez, 678-507-8359
Ministerio Extraordinario de
la Comunión Roman Zepeda 404-604-4464
Pedido de Bautismos
Delta Izaguirre, 404-974-2231
dizaguirre@sacredheartatlanta.org
Ujieres Marin Vega 678-764-1734
 Artículos en Español 
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
La Virgen María tiene siglos de estar
apareciéndose a los cristianos. Aún antes de que
fuese asunta al cielo, ella ya se le había
aparecido al apóstol Santiago en Zaragoza,
España. Según una antigua leyenda, Santiago
llegó a tierra española en el año 40 para
predicar el Evangelio. Tuvo poco éxito y
desanimado pensaba sacudirse de los pies el
polvo de aquella tierra y buscar convertir otras
gentes. Mientras estaba en oración, María, la
madre de Jesús, se le apareció con palabras de
consuelo, ánimo y un pequeño obsequio. Le dio
una imagen de ella misma sobre un pilar y con
el Niño Jesús en brazos.
En esa tierra ella pidió la construcción de un
templo donde ella misma sería altar para la
gloria de Dios. Santiago mismo construyó la
primera iglesia donde hoy se encuentra una
gran basílica en honor de Nuestra Señora del
Pilar. En el siglo XVIII, el Papa Clemente XII
declaró el 12 de octubre como su fiesta en
memoria de la llegada de los europeos al
continente americano. De María vienen los principios
del Día de la Raza.
12 de octubre de 2014
Vigésimo Octavo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
LECTURAS DE HOY
Primera lectura — El Señor preparará un
banquete y secará las lágrimas de todos los
rostros (Isaías 25:6-10a).
Salmo — Viviré en la casa del Señor todos los
días de mi vida (Salmo 23 [22]).
Segunda lectura — No importa las
circunstancias en las que nos encontremos,
nuestras necesidades se resolverán en Cristo
Jesús (Filipenses 4:12-14, 19-20).
Evangelio — La invitación se ha enviado; todo
está listo; vengan a la fiesta (Mateo 22:1-14 [110]).
VENGAN A LA FIESTA
“El Señor de los Ejércitos preparará para
todos los pueblos en este cerro, una comida con
jugosos asados y buenos vinos” (Isaías 25:6).
Esto es lo que Isaías nos dice hoy. Dios está
organizando una inmensa fiesta para “todos los
pueblos”, para “enjugar las lágrimas de todos
los rostros”.
¿Y qué es lo que Jesús nos dice? “El reino de
Dios”, él dice, es como “lo que le sucedió a un
rey que celebró las bodas de su hijo” (Mateo
22:2). Cuando los invitados no acudieron, el rey
mandó a sus sirvientes a que fueran “a las
esquinas de las calles y conviden a la boda a
todos los que encuentren” (Mateo 22:9).
Nosotros somos llamados a distribuir esta
invitación.
Uno de los temas entrelazado con la liturgia
de hoy es el referente a la generosidad divina.
Ausente de la realidad, la gente a menudo
asume que ha “ganado” lo que tiene. En
nuestros mejores momentos, sin embargo,
somos conscientes de que todos nuestros dones,
incluyendo los espirituales, provienen de la
generosidad de Dios. Nuestra misión es invitar a
la gente, recordarles que las entradas no están
a la venta. Lo único que podemos hacer es
acudir y dar las gracias.
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
LECTURAS Y LOS SANTOS DE LA SEMANA
Lunes: Gál 4:22-24, 26-27, 31 — 5:1;
Sal 113:1b-5a, 6-7; Lc 11:29-32
Martes Gál 5:1-6; Sal 119:41, 43-45,
47-48; Lc 11:37-41
San Calixto I
Miércoles: Gál 5:18-25; Sal 1:1-4, 6;
Lc 11:42-46
Santa Teresa de Jesús
Jueves: Ef 1:1-10; Sal 98:1-6;
Lc 11:47-54
Santa Eduviges;
Santa Margarita María de Alacoque
Viernes: Ef 1:11-14; Sal 33:1-2, 4-5, 12-13;
Lc 12:1-7
San Ignacio de Antioquía
Sábado: 2 Tm 4:10-17b; Sal 145:10-13,
17-18; Lc 10:1-9
San Lucas
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 Calendar at a Glance 
Mass Intentions
Meetings and Events
28th Sunday of Ordinary Time
Sun,
10/12
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
Mon,
10/13
Maria Azuri (I)
Gavin McBrearity (D)
Hawthorn Dominican
Vocations
1:30pm Pro Populo
6:00pm Brent Robertson (I)
28th Week of Ordinary Time
7:00am Gail Panacci (I)
12:10pm Richard Sheridan (D)
Tues,
10/14
Wed,
10/15
7:00am
12:10pm
7:00am
12:10pm
Janelle Yamarick (I)
Richard Sheridan (D)
James Walsh (D)
Richard Sheridan (D)
Thurs,
10/16
7:00am
12:10pm
Fri,
10/17
Sat,
10/18
7:00am
12:10pm
9:00am
5:30pm
Communion Service
Manit & Naitnaphit
Limlamai (I)
Communion Service
John Ubik (D)
Rob Myers (I)
Coleman Lyons, Sr. (D)
Sun,
10/19
29th Sunday of Ordinary Time
8:00am Clyde Smith (D)
10:00am Ryan Michael Gilbride (D)
12:00pm Fenton Crawford Barnes (D)
1:30pm Teresa Miranda Rodriquez (D)
6:00pm Pro Populo
Wed,
10/22
29th Week of Ordinary Time
7:00am John Fallon (D)
12:10pm Hawthorn Dominican
Vocations
7:00am Margaret McAnoy (I)
12:10pm Living & deceased members
of Altar & Rosary Society
7:00am Richard Francis Starr (D)
12:10pm Jane Wade Murray (D)
Thurs,
10/23
7:00am
12:10pm
Communion Service
Margaret Cochran (D)
Fri,
10/24
Sat,
10/25
7:00am
12:10pm
9:00am
5:30pm
Communion Service
Esmerelda Newball (D)
William B. Sutter (D)
Pro Populo
Mon,
10/20
Tues,
10/21
Faith Formation for Children & Youth
Choir Warm-up
Faith Formation for Adults
Spanish Choir Rehearsal
ESL
Children’s Choir Rehearsal
Meals on Wheels
Eucharistic Adoration
Stl Vincent de Paul Society Mtg
Sandwich Prep for Outreach
Parish Council Meeting
Basilica Choir Rehearsal
Outreach Food Distribution
Meals on Wheels
Prison Ministry
JustFaith
Hearts on Fire Rehearsal
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Flower Guild Decorating
RCIA
Faith Formation for Children & Youth
Choir Warm-up
Faith Formation for Adults
Spanish Choir Rehearsal
ESL
Children’s Choir Rehearsal
Prison Ministry
Meals on Wheels
Eucharistic Adoration
Sandwich Prep for Outreach
Parish Council Meeting
Basilica Choir Rehearsal
Outreach Food Distribution
Meals on Wheels
JustFaith
Hearts on Fire Rehearsal
Altar & Rosary Cleaning
Flower Guild Decorating
Wedding Rehearsal
RCIA
Wedding
9:15am, 11:15am, Classrooms
9:30am, OR
11:15am, PH
12:00pm, OR
12:30pm, classrooms
12:40pm, PR
11:00am, offsite
12:30-1:30pm, C
7:00pm, CR
12:30,pm, K, PH
6:00pm, CR
7:00pm, C
9:00am, PH
11:00am, offsite
6:30pm, OR, offsite
7:00pm, offsite
7:30pm, S
8:00am, C
9:00am, C
4:30pm, PR
9:15am, 11:15am, Classrooms
9:30am, OR
11:15am, PH
12:00pm, OR
12:30pm, classrooms
12:40pm, PR
6:30pm, OR
11:00am, offsite
12:30-1:30pm, C
8:00am, K, PH
6:00pm, CR
7:00pm, C
9:00am, PH
11:00am, offsite
7:00pm, offsite
7:30pm, S
8:00am, C
9:00am, C
6:00pm, C
4:30pm, PR
7:00pm, C
Legend:
D=deceased, I=intention
C= Church, PH=both sides Parish Hall, PHE=Parish Hall East side, PHW=Parish Hall West side, K=downstairs kitchen, A=Atrium,
CR=Conference Room, OR=Outreach Room, PR=Piano Room, S=Sacristy